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After going a bitterly disappointing 4-12, the Detroit Free Press reports the Lions will aggressively pursue Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush as a free agent this spring. The 27-year-old Bush, who the New Orleans Saints took out of the University of Southern California with the second pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, will soon be fired as a Dolphin in favor of youngster Lamar Miller. Bush, a 6-foot, 203 pound electrifier, who counts former WWE Diva Eve Torres and impure strumpet Kim Kardashian among his countless sexual conquests, was a 2008 All-Pro who averaged 4.3 yards per carry and … Continue reading →
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The Detroit Lions reportedly have interest in signing Reggie Bush, who is a free agent. Bush has spent the last two seasons with Miami.
I think it’s pretty clear that Reggie Bush won’t be re-signing with the Dolphins, since, they’re not willing to give him the kind of money he’s looking for.
According to the Detroit Free-Press, the Lions’ interest in Bush is “real.” Some people believe the they will make Bush a primary target during free agency.
There’s no doubt the Lions need to make an upgrade...
The Miami Dolphins are unlikely to re-sign running back
Reggie Bush, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Saturday on "NFL Total
Access" that Bush is unlikely to be re-signed by the Dolphins, who view
him more as a luxury than an essential building block.
According to Rapoport, the Dolphins view Bush as more of a
luxury than an...
NFL teams are permitted to start signing free agents in exactly two weeks (March 12) and until then, we’ll be hearing plenty of half-truths regarding teams’ interest in players.
Word came out Tuesday that the Lions indeed have “real” interest in free agent running back Reggie Bush, the soon-to-be former Dolphins running back. Dave Birkett, the Lions’ beat writer for the...
Reggie Bush will have more than a few suitors. When given the opportunity he was effective as a between the tackles running back.
The Lions needs someone who can carry the ball consistently, they can’t win with Matthew Stafford throwing the ball 700+ times a season.
According the Detroit Free Press, they Lions will give Bush a hard look when he hits the market.
Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press writes that the Lions’ interest in free agent Reggie Bush is “real.”
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The NFL free agency period is right around the corner. It will kick off on March 12 and feature several big names, potentially including Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco.While Flacco, Reggie Bush, Mike Wallace and Jake Long will receive most of the attention, there are plenty of other players to keep an eye on.Although it would be nice to just bring in every big name available, the salary...